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Through an extensive legal inquiry, Edward investigated the tenure of various feudal liberties, while the law was reformed through a series of statutes regulating criminal and property law.
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Through Origen and especially the scholarly presbyter Pamphilus of Caesarea, an avid collector of books of Scripture, the theological school of Caesarea won a reputation for having the most extensive ecclesiastical library of the time, containing more than 30, 000 manuscripts: Gregory Nazianzus, Basil the Great, Jerome and others came and studied there.
Through a peculiarity of the political geography of the United States, this is substantially less than the-wide jurisdiction of nearby states Texas and Florida, which, like Louisiana, have extensive Gulf coastlines.
Through extensive advertising, the neologism " moxie " has entered popular American usage with the meaning " courage, daring, and energy ," as in " This guy's got moxie!
Through careful observation and extensive experimentation, Gall believed he had established a relationship between aspects of character, called faculties, to precise organs in the brain.
Through this, the Bosnian Serb army also received extensive military equipment and full funding from the FRY, as the Bosnian Serb faction alone could not pay for the costs.
Through extensive study, Amos also wove in the stories of the Gnostic gospels and the removal of women from a position of power within the Christian church to create an album based largely on religion and politics.
Home again, Arthur wrote of his experiences, working from his extensive notes and drawings, publishing Through Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was so popular it came out in two editions, 1876 and 1877.
Through the years Sonya chose to stay away from the media and keep her privacy and the privacy of her family, despite her husband's extensive political career.
Through the gradual and eventual domestication of native grains from the Zagros foothills and extensive irrigation techniques, the area supported a vast variety of edible vegetation.
Through his friendship with Sir William Hicks, Strype obtained access to the papers of Sir Michael Hicks, secretary to Lord Burghley, from which he made extensive transcripts ; he also carried on an extensive correspondence with Archbishop William Wake and Bishops Gilbert Burnet, Francis Atterbury and Nicholson.
Through research grants, published journals, the upkeep of the American Philosophical Society Museum, an extensive library, and regular meetings, the society continues to advance a variety of disciplines in the humanities and the sciences.
Through her extensive correspondence with Harris, Carr also became aware of and studied northern European symbolism.
Through the years, Dr. Stagg amassed an extensive library and wealth of knowledge and scholarship in the form of correspondence, writings, articles, speeches, commentaries, book reviews, photographs, sermon notes and even private musings.
Through the usage of bronze weaponry and armored cavalry in warfare, they maintained extensive dominance over the Xiongnu on their west.
Through these extensive political establishments, the Xianbei who entered into China were immersed among the Chinese and later classified into " Han ," whereas the " Monguor "/" Tu " represented a branch of the Xianbei who have preserved their distinctive identity, language, and culture until today.
Through extensive lobbying of Congress, a bill was passed in 1955 to prepare an engineering study for the reconstruction of the building.
Through extensive coverage in Canada, this station can be seen on Rogers Cable channel 5 ( in St. John's / Corner Brook / Gander NL ); EastLink TV channel 7 ( most other parts of NL ); Bell Aliant IPTV channel 27 ( NL / NS / NB ); Bell TV channel 199 ; Shaw Direct channel 63 ; Telus Optik TV channel 30 ( AB / BC ); and Vidéotron Illico channel 405 ( QC ).
Through his marriage with Joan de Geneville, Roger not only acquired increased possessions in the Welsh Marches, including the important Ludlow Castle, which became the chief stronghold of the Mortimers, but also extensive estates and influence in Ireland.
" Through extensive research they also found that " contrary to widespread perception, Waterstones, like Ottakar's, operates a book-buying system which mixes central and local input on stock selection.
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Through the policy of democratic centralism, the communist party is the supreme political institution of the Marxist-Leninist state and is the prime legal force of societal organisation.
Through emphasising this " privilege " aspect, Northern Illinois University then make the connection that any abuse of that privilege can result in legal action from the University.
Through most of its long history, hieratic was used for writing administrative documents, accounts, legal texts, and letters, as well as mathematical, medical, literary, and religious texts.
Through much struggle, workers and advocates were able to achieve basic rights for workers, which included the right to form unions, and negotiate terms such as wages, overtime pay, health insurance, and retirement pensions ; and eventually they were also able to attain legal protections such as minimum wage standards, and discrimination and sexual abuse protections.
Through this and her husband's legal practice, she was involved in a number of civil rights campaigns, notably the failed attempt to stop the execution of Willie McGee, an African-American accused of raping a white woman.
Through increased legal protection of bogs and moors, as well as a concentrated effort to renaturalize such habitats, the threat to these plants ' survival might be curbed, although most species would remain endangered.
Through speaking events, lectures, and other activities, the Federalist Society provides a forum for legal experts of opposing views to interact with members of the legal profession, the judiciary, law students, and academics.
Through its legal defense fund, NACHO challenged anti-gay laws and regulations ranging from immigration issues and military service to the legality of serving alcohol to homosexuals.
Through its volunteer attorneys PVLA provides non-criminal legal assistance to artists and arts and cultural organizations on arts related issues.
Through formal education, training and experience, legal assistants have knowledge and expertise regarding the legal system and substantive and procedural law which qualify them to do work of a legal nature under the supervision of an attorney.
Through the defeat of the Catholic hegemony over Switzerland and the end of the lengthy religious disputes that had riven the Confederacy, the 11 August 1712 Peace of Aarau () established confessional parity, allowing both religions to coexist in legal equality — a concept relatively common to the Holy Roman Empire since the Peace of Westphalia in 1648.
Through the course of the legal action, McNally learned that the Alberta climate produces 2-row barley that is ideally suited for malting, and had ready access to fresh glacial water from the nearby Rocky Mountains.
Through Bobby, Tony informed Junior that he could keep the title of Boss, almost all of his businesses were forfeited, and Tony would let him keep a 5 % tribute, which would be ( barely ) enough to live on and pay his legal bills.
Through most of the 20th century, federal and state legal and political initiatives intended to better workers ’ lives had effects on the operations of the port.
Through the nineteenth century women's legal status remained unchanged but individuals ( like Marguerite de Navarre ) excelled by writing and acting.
Through the late 1970s he became increasingly involved in political cases, defending opponents of the Communist regime, serving as a legal advisor for Solidarity, and assisting in the successful prosecution of the murderers of Jerzy Popiełuszko.
Through a series of legal artifices, Philip VI took the throne of France, which Edward III of England also claimed as the grandson of Philip the Fair through his mother.
Through his careful education under the historian Robert Keith, and subsequently at the University of Aberdeen in preparation for the legal profession, he acquired that taste for literature which secured him the esteem of the most distinguished savants of Europe, but at an early period his preference for a soldier's career was clear.
Through the clinics, the School of Law offers service to others in a way that gives them dignity while providing students with practical legal experience.